Arched doorways are the common characteristic of Renaissance buildings.
Renaissance architecture, between early 14th and 16th centuries in different regions, demonstrates development of certain elements of ancient Roman and Greek material and thought culture. This European architecture followed the Gothic architecture and had been succeeded by the Baroque architecture.
Filippo Brunelleschi has been considered as the first Renaissance architect. The following are some of the distinct features of the Renaissance architecture,Columns - Rome type columns had been usedCeilings - Generally, they were flatShapes - Most of the architectures were built as rectangle or square symmetrical shapesFront - The facade were symmetrical around the vertical axis.Arches and Domes - Inspired from Greek and Roman architecture.